Canes Season Update and the Famous Toronto Game

Cary, NC — For those of us that are starved for hockey, the Canes are airing a few games from earlier this season.

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Sled Hockey Scores with Disabled Athletes

Raleigh, NC — What started as a goal to fulfill a son’s dream to play hockey is now a non-profit sled hockey program that defies the stigma that people with disabilities can’t play hockey.

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Canes’ Mistakes Contribute To 3-2 Loss to Avalanche

Raleigh, NC — Mistakes happen in every game throughout the year but they hurt more when in the thick of vying for a playoff spot.

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Nonprofit Gives Children and Adults with Disabilities the Chance to Play Baseball

Cary, NC — Founded in 2005, the Miracle League of the Triangle is a nonprofit organization providing individuals with special needs the opportunity to play baseball.

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Canes Lose the Game, Ayres Wins the Crowd

Raleigh, NC — After winning a storybook game in Toronto 6-3 with EBUG (emergency back up goalie) David Ayres and all the trades on Monday, the Hurricanes, fell to a better Dallas Stars team by the same score of 2 weeks ago, 4-1 in front of another almost sellout, loud, crowd.

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Canes Suffer a 4-Game Season Series Sweep by the Rangers

Raleigh, NC — Head coach Rod Brind’Amour called the last game in Nashville a complete game by the entire team, one which he hoped the team would use as a springboard to another run. To his dismay and to the dismay of Canes fans everywhere, the Canes as a team played a lackluster game against the Rangers, losing 5-2 on Friday.

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Canes Snatch Valentine’s Win Over Devils Before OT Loss to Oilers Sunday

Raleigh, NC — The Canes returned for a thrilling weekend of play at PNC following nearly two weeks of away games. A packed house of fans erupted following the team’s Friday night 3-goal victory over the Devils. The celebrating was short-lived, though, as the Canes suffered a tough OT loss Sunday to the Oilers.

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The Progress & Future of Cary’s $193 Million Indoor Sports Complex

Cary, NC — Cary Towne Center, once slated for redevelopment as mixed-use, is now under consideration for a 239,000 square foot, $193 million indoor sports facility. Read more